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Virginia and Barbados
Hi HawkBlade124. Thanks for adding resources to Virginia and Barbados. I've work extensively on both. I'd love to see you develop a User Page, so others can know who is adding these great resources. Murphynw 00:35, 28 January 2011 (UTC)
- Cool man, that's great! People will know you're shooting out high-quality data. Keep up the good work! Murphynw 17:23, 28 January 2011 (UTC)
Ohio Vital Records
Thank you for that! I really appreciate your thoughts and kindness.
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Again, welcome! Kara 19:08, 24 January 2011 (UTC)
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Thank you very much guys, I really appreciate it!
Thanks from the wiki:
The FamilySearch Research Wiki is delighted to let you know that the “Italy Civil Registration - Vital Records” page you helped create was a Featured Article, highlighted on the Main Page of the Wiki 8/17/11, and remained there for seven days. Thank you for your excellent work to help others quickly access records. Your contributions are appreciated and have assisted others in finding their ancestors.
You have made a difference in research!
Thanks from the wiki:
The FamilySearch Research Wiki is pleased to inform you that the "Scotland" page you helped create was a Featured Article, 7/28/11, accessible on the Main Page of the Wiki under "other featured articles". Thank you for your excellent work. You continue to make a difference in research!
Suggestions to make record clear and searchable:
In perusing the candidates for Featured Articles (FAC), I noticed that you were the original contributor and might still have an interest in improving the article, "England Births and Christenings."
Here is my main question and suggestion: I wondered to what "Index" one is referring throughout the article in general and in various categories. The records would be more easily understood and searchable if "this index" or "the record", was clearly delineated. The reader can only surmise that "the record" or "index" is connected with the "England Births and Christenings," If the reader arrived at a particular heading, the reference would be unclear and confusing. I certainly do not wish to take upon myself to interpret the originators' references, so would you help and others who created the article help clarify? Your help and hard work are always appreciated. Glo Featured Article Committee